180 Heesen 2011 [ABBRACCI]
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Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Asking Price: $39,900,000
Thom Conboy / (561) 441-6131 / TConboy@DenisonYachting.com
Originally delivered in 2011 as Serenity, the 55 metre (180') Abbracci stands as a perfect example of the quality, flexibility, and durability of Heesen’s designs and its approach to engineering and construction. Her exterior lines, created by Omega Architects, encapsulate the shipyard’s design DNA and style with a ‘pelican beak’ bow that expresses a trademark negative sheer.
Her design also accomplishes an impressive feat by conferring elegance to the yacht’s profile, which delivers carefully proportioned curves and style features while perfectly disguising the yacht’s large interior volume. That this has been achieved while maximizing the views from her interior guest areas and without impacting on her exterior spaces is a further demonstration of the attention to detail that Heesen puts into every facet of the yachts it creates.
As a milestone yacht, Abbracci has consistently proven herself since her launch having already logged close to 60,000 miles in just six years. Such proven world cruising ability is testament to her fundamental design, for which Heesen’s expert in-house naval architecture team worked closely with Van Oossanen Naval Architects to further refine Heesen’s proven displacement hull form. The result is a hull that is not only supremely comfortable in all conditions, but which also offers an impressive 6,000-mile transoceanic range at 10 knots.
Despite her extensive interior volumes, Abbracci retains superb exterior spaces which were designed to maximize guests’ experiences. The sun deck offers multiple relaxation areas with a custom mosaic spa pool forward and a social seating and sunbathing area aft, both benefiting from extensive views while underway or at anchor. Between them, an enclosed gym and spa area - complete with steam room, sauna, and massage room - not only creates the perfect indoor-outdoor area for relaxation but also confers privacy, as well as wind protection to the aft deck space.
It is testament to Heesen’s craftsmanship and attention to detail that Abbracci’s interior remains largely the same as when she was built, except for a few personalizing touches of her new owners that include elements of the soft furnishings and additional art. Her overall style is contemporary with classic touches, and her interior design comes from the board of Frank Laupman of Omega ArchitectsPaneling and cabinetry throughout feature high gloss and polished maple with burled maple veneers, complemented by eleven different types of marble - including Calcutta marble, Iranian gold onyx, fiorito and breccia paradiso - that have been carefully and skillfully cut into concave and convex curves.
Her owner’s suite is located forward on the main deck, but while the positioning may be traditional, its layout is right up to date. The main bedroom area takes the form of a vast circular room boasting balconies on both sides and floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe the space in light.
The owner’s stateroom offers an en suite bathroom forward with a sumptuous central oval bathtub and adjacent shower stall. Covering 13.6 square meters, the en suite feels spacious and uncrowded, while the warm, pale and creamy color palette matches the wider interior theme conferring a sense of holistic harmony.
Offering the perfect space for formal entertaining or perhaps for when adventure cruising in colder climes, the dining room occupies the forward end of the vast, 94-square-metre main deck saloon. The room features a glass divider that subtly separates the dining table from the aft seating area while maintaining connection and a degree of intimacy. An electric door connects the guest dining area to a large serving pantry and through to the professional galley, ensuring crew can both serve food and clear the table quickly and efficiently.
The wraparound bridge has been designed with operational efficiency in mind, offering 180-degree views from the console and access to both side decks for additional visibility and for ease of maneuvering in confined quarters. While the bridge equipment received some upgrades in a recent refit, the fundamental layout has remained untouched - and it has proven itself time and again with close to 60,000 miles logged in six years.
4:18 Swim Platform + Garage
5:48 Sauna + Day Head
6:01 Engine Room
9:27 Aft Deck
12:21 Formal Dining
15:08 Main Deck Foyer
16:03 Master Stateroom + Office
18:52 VIP Stateroom
19:59 Guest Staterooms
20:50 Crew Accommodations
21:44 Aft Bridge Deck
22:48 Sky Lounge
24:29 Pilot House + Main Helm
25:56 Electrical Room
27:19 Bow + Performance
30:48 Enclosed Gym + Spa
31:46 Jacuzzi Deck
Musicbed SyncID: MB01EBLBGEBPTO3
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180 Heesen 2011 [ABBRACCI]